May 22-26 – Nome, Part 3: More Birds

In my first two Parts in this series of blog posts, I covered scenes from my recent trip to Nome and large birds. This post will cover more birds that I saw and photographed, mostly smaller ones.  The birds are more or less in taxonomic order with related birds grouped together.

Red-breasted Merganser:

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Harlequin Duck:

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Black Scoter:

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Steller’s Eider:

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Pacific Loon:

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Red-necked Grebe:

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Semipalmated Plover:

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Black Turnstone:

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Wandering Tattler:

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Red-necked Phalarope:

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Sabine’s Gull:

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Arctic Tern:

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Short-eared Owl:

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Northern Shrike:

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Lapland Longspur:

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American Pipit:

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Orange-crowned Warbler:

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Yellow Warbler:

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American Tree Sparrow:

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White-crowned Sparrow:

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Fox Sparrow:

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Golden-crowned Sparrow:

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Savannah Sparrow:

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My fourth and last post from this trip to Nome will be about the non-bird “critters” that I was able to photograph there. And then it will be time for my next trip to Nome!

 

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